You’ve probably noticed that LG has dropped support for the G5, leaving the LG-branded LG-TV-HDR4H model as the only HDR-ready TV model available on the market.
This is a big deal for LG because it means that it can offer the LG TV HDR+ service for its more expensive models.
However, that’s not the case for all of the LG TVs available today.
If you have a LG-HW-HG-HV-H4 model that is still in production, the company is offering a free replacement of the TV that will work on all of its LG-brand TVs.
The LG TV replacement is the LG HDTV-4H that is listed as the replacement model for the LG HW-HDTV-3H.
If that’s your only option for getting the HDR+ TV, it’s time to start looking for a replacement TV to replace the LG HDR-H3H that LG offered in the past.
LG is offering two options for this TV replacement: the LG 4H TV-4G that comes with an HDMI 2.0 port and a USB-C cable and the LG 3H TV with a 3.5mm headphone jack and an HDMI-DVI-D adapter.
The TV-5G and the 3H also come with HDMI-A ports, USB-A, and a 3D-capable USB-B port.
In other words, if you want to replace your LG HDR TV, you’ll need to buy both the LG HG-HD TV-1 and the HG-HTV-1 (pictured below) that come with a USB Type-C port, a USB3.0 Type-A port, and an Ethernet port.